Heritage Murphy Wall Bed in White
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Murphy Bed Done Right
is solidly constructed in the U.S. with real hardwood solids and veneers which results in a high-quality piece of furniture that is built to last. The deeper cabinet features a shelf headboard and wraparound crown molding. Ten step hand rubbed finish gives this Wallbed a smooth surface with even color tones. Accepts standard bedding no thicker than 12″(not included.)
The Heritage features a wrap around crown molding, a shelf headboard and (optional) side pier cabinets that step down and back from the wall bed.
Our Murphy beds do not have box springs. Instead, the mattress lies on a solid wood platform and is held in place so as not to sag when in a closed position. The mattress is attached to the bed frame, elastic straps hold the mattress in position when the unit is folded upright. Piston-lifts NOT torsion springs make it easy to lower and raise. Piston Lifts are adjustable for how fast or slow you want it to open.
Rest Assured Sleepworks Expert Installation is available on every Murphy Bed we sell.
ECO-FRIENDLY Meets or exceeds all stringent California “C.A.R.B.” compliant manufacturing requirements.
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Murphy beds are used for space-saving purposes, much like trundle beds, and are popular where floor space is limited, such as small homes, apartments, hotels, mobile homes, and college dormitories
Queen 70″ w x 90″ h x 24.5″ d. Extends 91″ long when open.
Operating Your Murphy Wall Bed
When you lift up the leg panel on the face of the bed, you release a latching mechanism that allows the bed to be pulled down. By simply grasping the opening in the bed face that is revealed under the leg, you can use your body weight to help the bed open very slowly toward the floor. Once partially opened, the bed will very easily open completely.
To Close Your Wall Bed
Please make sure pillows are removed, all linens are securely inside the platform sides and the mattress is secured with the retainer straps. Lift the bed up to about waist level, then take hold of the
opening under either foot, so you maintain control of the bed while it closes. Continue closing the bed until the bed is fully closed